Get Connected – October 2020
Get Connected is an exciting new way for young people aged 12-15 years who are deaf or hard of hearing to build social connections and confidence in a safe and supportive environment. After the success of Get Connected held in July, we are holding another one starting 15 October 2020.
Participants will build skills in self-advocacy, learn to speak up, create stronger connections to the deaf community and build friendships with their peers around the country and all online.
We thought you might like to help spread the word about Get Connected among your audience.
This is what was said about Get Connected
“I enjoyed meeting other deaf kids, learnt a lot about the deaf community and made new friends’
“The mentors were amazing, they listened, and knew what it is like in a deaf world’
“You don’t have to improve Get Connected. It’s a great Zoom class! I love getting connected with you!”
“I enjoyed meeting other teens like me”
“I believe I made new friends and learnt from others”
Please don’t hesitate to contact Leanne Waller (Events Coordinator) if you require any further information.
Address: 597 St Kilda Road Melbourne Vic 3004
AASE Victoria Special Education Symposium
The inaugural AASE Victoria Special Education Symposium will be an exciting opportunity for educators, academics and allied health professionals who are working with school students of all abilities to share knowledge about professional practice and network with others in their field. The Symposium will be held at the State Library of Victoria on Thursday, 21st January 2021. To register click the button below:
2021 AASE National Conference
The 2021 AASE National Conference to be held at the Hilton Adelaide from Wednesday, 8th – Friday, 10th September, 2021. This Conference will provide an opportunity for educators, academics, professional support staff, families, community members and key stakeholders to come together to collaborate, share knowledge, network and learn together. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to register and join us in Adelaide in September.
Positive Behaviour Support Online Series
Each PBS course is a case study based course and involves reflecting on a student who is engaging in challenging emotional and behavioural responses and then completing a functional behaviour assessment, developing a behaviour management and prevention plan.
Presenter: Dolly Bhargava
Registration links for each course are below:
Positive Behaviour support Strategies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Positive Behvaiour Support Strategies for Students with Attendtion Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Positive Support Strategies for Students with Oppositional & Defiant Behaviours
Guiding the development of emotional regulation skills
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